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1E13915

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 1E13915 24 November 1966
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 1966 Opalescent Silver Grey
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United KingdomDRS344D

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Record Creation: Entered on 9 May 2016.

 

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2017-12-22 21:52:27  |  XKE Data writes:

The record was updated:

  • Current City was changed from southampton to Shepton Mallet
  • Current State was changed from hampshire to Somerset

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    Uploaded May 2018:

    2018-05-07
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    Uploaded April 2018:

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    Uploaded May 2016:

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    2016-05-06 04:45:33  |  keith sims writes:

    this car was a very low volume production run series 1 with open headlamps


    2018-05-07 17:47:56  |  David Graham writes:

    When I purchased this vehicle in 2016 I had it fully restored in the UK. At the time of restoration the bonnet had evidence of the covered headlights having been removed post production and converted to open. (either as a result of a bump or to meet the then current US legislation) I have since had them restored to closed spec.


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